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Old 11-02-2006, 01:53 PM
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Ptur,

A bucket of Coors light 4 cans were 14.23 total (13 plus gratuity) the drink of the day was 6.95 with a refill of 5.99, and a regular drink (Not like what sherri is talking about ) vodka and orange etc, that stuff was about 4.40 and something like a caesar or bloody mary was about 10 for 2 drinks..... Cheappie. We did bring a bottle of vodka on at Panama and had gone to the grocery store and picked up some Bloody Mary mix. noone stopped us but if they had it wouldn't have been a big deal. I put the vodka into my bag and the bag went through the scanner, then I walked over to the elevator! NO PROBLEM MON. hahah
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Thanks Tracy for that useful information.
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Old 11-03-2006, 05:12 PM
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Yeah! My ticker worked. I'm taking a seminars of the seas cruise, and I was hoping to meet other body workers that were going to be on the cruise. Any advice as to how to meet these people?
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We too took liquor on board. We went to the drug store and got large cough syrup bottles and I put another lable on them. Put our expensive stuff in those. Worked great. But we also stopped and got a few cheap things that we could drink while getting dressed for the evening. Ordered room service for snacks before going. They came on board with our luggage and nothing was ever said.
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Boy. That sounds like we are heavy drinkers... But we did bring some back home. Some.....
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Regarding taking liquor on board, here's what I have done on several cruises..take cab to pier,ask cabbie to find you the best porter and tip him $20 and ASK him if he can make the bags beat you to the room. He will slip a VIP tag on the luggage and it WILL beat you to the room, without inspection. In MIAMI port, ask for "BIG JOHN" who will also have all your bags waiting in one spot when you return!
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I just got back from a post cruise extended stay for a few days. They say the bed bugs set in a few days after. Well, I have been itching really bad after leaving the ship. But it is because I am itching to book another cruise
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Back to your statement about conch fritters... here is my favorite Key West restuarant - they serve C.F.'s at lunch. Also try a Mojito! http://www.louiesbackyard.com/
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Originally posted by doulabug:
Just booked our first cruise - we are going to KW and Cozumel with a bunch of neighbors and friends. I have read some AWFUL reviews about Carnival and am very worried. People getting sick, rude staff, bed bugs(??!!) terrible food. Any expert reassurance out there?

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i was on the sensation 1 1/2 years ago staff was great all but 1 , no bed bugs just wife snorring, great food , i felt great. best time of my life it was 10 year annv, 1 st cruise , i just booked again going on the 23 nov .fantasy! i cant wait.
 
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